Lithium batteries are commonly used in electronics but the global interest in lithium batteries has generated state-of-the-art breakthroughs in Li and lithium battery technology opening up new markets and applications. The trend seems to be moving away from traditional lead acid batteries in favour of lightweight lithium based batteries. The technology is developing so quickly that Standards Australia has recently announced it is forming working groups to updates to current standards in relation to energy storage.
This conference explored industry issues and the future of lithium mining and technology advancement in Australia. Lithium industry experts shared their technical knowledge and discussed how the upsurge of lithium battery demand will affect the mining, technology, manufacturing, solar, electric vehicles and dangerous goods industries. The event covered recent research developments and how these can be applied in the real world to benefit industry and the Australian consumer.
Simon Chan - Chief Engineer at Radlink Communications, Energy Storage Design Specialist
Simon is the chief engineer at Radlink Communications, a Perth based telecommunications, manufacturing and design company. Simon and his colleagues have been searching for suitable alternative energy harvesting and storage technologies and have partnered with a Lithium battery supplier in China to offer turn-key energy storage design, manufacture, supply, maintenance and support in Australia. Simon will be sharing his recent experiences with lithium battery technology and where the market his heading in this highly practical and engaging technical presentation.
View Simon's Presentation HERE
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